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I would recommend to use warp wallet with a passphrase and an email. If you want to transfer the bitcoin, just install blockchain mobile app then scan the private key and you can send to funds. It is so secure that there are warp wallet challenges with 20 bitcoins put in bitcoin address with only passphrase just 8 characters long. here is a challenges: https:...


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If you use hardware wallet in a computer that has some malware, it won't affect your transactions. So it is creating an isolation for you that can also be achieved with virtual machines or Qubes OS. Humans feel safer using an external USB like stick with firmware instead of using software on their system/device. Easier to use lot of things with hardware ...


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Hardware wallets are generally designed to securely store your private keys in an always-offline environment ("cold storage"). This allows the user to have confidence that their coins will not be stolen by malware/hacking/etc, since any attacker would need to have physical access to the device itself. If nothing else, this is the main advantage of ...


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Paper wallets give you direct control of your funds and a single private key. Some wallets have an import private key feature. Check if your Hardware wallet allows importing or sweeping. What you want to do is sign a transaction for all of the unspent outputs that sends funds to one of the addresses on your Hardware wallet. This is often known as "...


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